|No. of coats||1-2|
|Coverage||Up to 3m² per litre|
|Drying time||5 mins|
|Size||250ml, 1L, 4L|
|GTIN||5015861001078, 5015861001054, 5015861001047|
Paint Panther can be used both indoors and outdoors. Always ensure suitable ventilation and apply to an appropriate test area to check compatibility. Read more about stripping paint and varnish from wood in our blog.
Paint Panther gel contains corrosive substances and should only be used in a well ventilated area with protective clothing such as gloves and safety glasses or goggles.
When stripping wood floors, furniture and doors, paint a thick coat of wood stripper onto about a square meter at a time and leave for between 5 and 10 minutes before removing the gel. Removal of the wood stripping gel can be done with a scraper or with steel wool. If using steel wool then a good pair of gloves should be worn as wood strippers always contain aggressive stripping chemicals.
Light scoring of the coated surface may enhance performance, however do not sand if any coats contain lead.
If some layers remain on the wooden surface then the process can be repeated as many times as is necessary. Once you feel that you are virtually back to the bare wood then the surface should be washed with white spirit. The one you use depends on the type of paint or varnish being removed but you won't do any harm to try several before you find the most effective one.
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I bought this to try and help with our mammoth hallway project. It works a treat. However because of the amount of paintwork I've got to strip back I'm using in combination with a paint gun. I remove the 10 layers or so of paint and allow the work surface to cool. I then paint the Barrentine Paint Panther and Varnish Remover over the surface and leave to do it's thing. It removes the vile 1930's varnish like a dream and a quick wipe over with white spirit and the job is done. I'm about to order some more to finish the job. If I was working on a smaller project or something with fiddly bits I'd just use this to get the paint off the woodwork.
I applied the wrong finish Barrettine Paint Panther allowed me to strip the Fiddes Hard Wax Oil Tints and apply a new tint.
Did what I expected it to do very well!
This is really good. Will use this product from now on. Highly recommend.
Was great, rather pongy but was not runny, which meant; you didn't get it all over your hands and it stayed on the area you applied it to.
Its is working great on wood, but after applaying on veneer doors it brought up grain an messed up glue which holds veneer in place. No horrible smell, easy to apply.
A fast and efficient remover without causing any damage to antique furniture and very easy to use-even the brushes are easy to clean. Superb product and would highly recommend it!
Best paint and varnish stripper I've used by a country mile !! Used it on a couple of 1940's oak external doors loads of layers of paint and varnish stripped them no problems with 3 applications
Made a hard job easy
The product slowly softens the paint in thin layers. Once a thin layer is scraped away, more product needs to be applied to soften the next layer. Not a quick solution to paint stripping.
Bought Paint Panther after Screwfix paint remover failed, despite several coats and leaving for longer than recommended. Paint Panther also failed, also after more than one application and leaving for ages. It may be good on paint, but did very little to remove old varnish. In some places it did work, but in others, nothing. So its either back to sanding, heat gun or solvent. The real pity is that having read the other reviews I bought a large container. So if anyone wants some, please let me know.
I am sorry to hear that the Paint Panther didn't work for you. We always recommend a test areas with all products but especially strippers, to check firstly for any adverse reactions and second that it will work for your project.
We have another stripper that may be more suitable Peelaway Sample pack allows you to test two different strengths of stripper to see which is best suited for your project. Please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions or if we can help further.
All the Best Sam.
Followed all of the instructions and it took a bit of the varnish off but not all of it.
Never used stripper before but so easy to use. Definitely easy and quick to use
after reading the reviews got this product for a 15 year old varnished bed.tried several applications used about half the tin on a 10 inch area. followed the instructions on tin.never even touched the varnish,never blistered like the tin says.just slightly softened the varnish and was still very hard to scrap off.went and got some blackfriars and it stripped it in seconds.very poor product.if i could leave 0 stars thats what it would have got.
Hello Mr Tanner,
Disappointing to hear that the Paint Panther did not work for you. It would be fair to say that it is a successful product for many many paints and Varnishes, but there are some paints out there that many be stubborn and require a second coat. Test areas are also important as these can show if the product is rioght for you and for how long you will need to leave it on.
If you have any further questions please feel free to call 0800 7818 123
Easy to apply and not as messy as similar products. Effective and most varnish comes of with one coat.
Used this product to strip an Ercol chair. Much easier to use and less messy than expected. Used it in the garage on a cold day, took longer than indicated and several applications in places but worked better indoors. Covered area with cling film to stop it drying out too quickly - meant no smell when indoors, then finished off outdoors.
I used this to clean up oak panels after using peelaway7. On the small amount of paint left in corners and in the grain it worked very quickly and enabled me to clean it up well. I did get a head ache from using it indoors. I recommend using a mask if you are using it a lot.
This product removed old varnish from a table very quickly and easily. It is a gel like consistency which was simple to brush on thickly. After a minute or two I could easily remove the old varnish with a scrapper. No hard work was needed